PEGY Ratio Rolling

The Price to Earnings Growth and Yield Ratio, or PEGY Ratio, tries to find cheap growth companies which are paying good dividend yields and is calculated as the PE Ratio divided by the sum of the Earnings Growth Rate and the Dividend Yield. This version uses the rolling current PE Ratio and Dividend Yield with 12m forward rolling EPS Growth rate.

Stockopedia explains PEGY

This is used by Peter Lynch and inversely by John Neff (who calls it the total return ratio). For stocks that pay a substantial dividend, the PEGY may be an even better measure than PEG. As with the PEG, the numbers are based on consensus analyst forecasts and therefore subject to forecasting errors.

For a guide on how to use the PEGY ratio in your investing, check out this article.

This is measured on a rolling basis and earnings are diluted and normalised.

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The 5 lowest PEGY Stocks in the Market

Ticker Name PEGY StockRank
LON:FA17 Fair Oaks Income 0 44
SGX:A34 Amara Holdings 0 62
HKG:1431 YuanShengTai Dairy Farm 0 84
SGX:P52 Pan-United 0 91
LON:ENW Enwell Energy 0 43
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